[[ eBook ]] Not the Germans Alone: A Son's Search for the Truth of Vichy Author Isaac Levendel – Vansonphu.com

Not the Germans Alone: A Son's Search for the Truth of Vichy Winner of the Prix Franco Europ enOn the eve of D Day, Isaac Levendel s mother left her hiding place on a farm in southern France and never returned Afteryears of silence and torment, he returned to France indetermined to find out what had happened This is the story of how, with perseverance, luck, and official help, he gained access to secret wartime documents laying bare the details of French collaboration and the truth about his mother s fate

About the Author: Isaac Levendel

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10 thoughts on “Not the Germans Alone: A Son's Search for the Truth of Vichy

  1. Doreen Doreen says:

    Many children in Europe lost parents in the 1940 s Isaac Levendel was one of those children His mother disappeared from his life when he was only 7 years old In this book he lovingly and longingly remembers h

  2. Natalie Griffitts Natalie Griffitts says:

    Extremely moving and objectively critical of the time, legislation, and experiences both he and his family endured A necessary read for an examination of the Collaboration or Accommodation debate This work IS cited H

  3. Haley Haley says:

    Startling book about French deportation of foreign Jews An interesting tale of a man s search for what happened to his Jewish mother in the free zone of France during WW2.

  4. Lisa Michele Lisa Michele says:

    More on my Holocaust binge I am fascinated by Vichy France and all the contradictions that implies How could you collaborate with Nazis and justify it This story is a Jewish man s search for the murderers of his mother in 1944 Franc

  5. Allison Allison says:

    Granted, I met the writer while travelingg from NY to Chicago, so this personal story might have hit homethan normal, but this is a terrifying story of French complicity in the holocaust Very educational and moving.

  6. Diane Diane says:

    I wanted a bookfocused on the actions of the Vichy governement and this is reallyone man s terrifically sad story about losing his mother in the camps and how his life is impacted by it.

  7. Ruth Ruth says:

    A touching and tragic story of a son s quest to learn of his mother s fate during WWII Essential read for anyone who wants to learnabout France s role in the deportation of it s jews.

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